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  • Ohio infant dies when left in car on hot day

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Police in Ohio say a 9-month old girl died when she was left inside a car on a hot day. Columbus police homicide detectives say a 70-year-old family member was responsible for the baby on Wednesday and forgot she was inside t...
  • Loud muffler helps Washington man retrieve stolen truck

    LONGVIEW, Wash. (AP) — You can hear Alex Hansen's truck coming. Or going, which was the case when thieves drove it away from his Longview, Wash., home. The 27-year-old Hansen says he heard the muffler noise at 5 a.m. Tuesday and ran outside in sho...
  • Image-conscious youth rein in social networking

      CHICAGO (AP) — What's that? A young college grad lecturing her elders about online privacy? It might go against conventional wisdom, but a new report from the Pew Internet & American Life Project is adding fuel to the argument that young p...
  • Child porn 'social networking site' busted by feds

      INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Federal prosecutors say they are working with police in several countries to investigate suspects in a child pornography "social networking site" that at one point had more than 1,000 members trading explicit images. U.S. a...
  • TV's 'People Are Funny' host Art Linkletter dies

      LOS ANGELES (AP) — Art Linkletter, who encouraged both kids and grownups to say the "darndest things" during his decades as a genial but gently mischievious television personality, has died at age 97. The host of "People Are Funny" and "House ...
  • Uncertainty over Medicare pay sets doctors on edge

      WASHINGTON (AP) — For the third time this year, Congress is scrambling to stave off a hefty pay cut to doctors treating Medicare patients — even as the Obama administration mails out a glossy brochure to reassure seniors the health care program...
  • Gulf awaits word on latest bid to plug oil leak

      ROBERT, La. (AP) — BP hopes to know by Thursday afternoon whether its latest attempt to plug a blown-out undersea well with heavy mud may finally slow the oil that's been gushing into the Gulf of Mexico. BP PLC was pumping heavy mud into the l...
  • Bowersox falls short as American Idol

    Fan show their support for Crystal Bowersox Wednesday night in Toledo. (Aaron Carpenter/Sentinel-Tribune) TOLEDO – The Glass City’s hopes for Crystal Bowersox as the next American Idol were shattered Wednesday night.The Elliston nat...
  • N.Y. concrete lab exec gets up to 21 years in prison

    NEW YORK (AP) — A concrete-testing company president convicted of concocting results for iconic projects such as ground zero's centerpiece skyscraper was sentenced Wednesday to up to 21 years in prison in a racketeering case that spurred him to attem...
  • Kansas says $1M tickets sold 'inappropriately'

    LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — An independent investigation into the Kansas athletic department says at least $1 million worth of tickets were sold inappropriately over the past five years. The investigation conducted by a Wichita law firm showed that five...
  • Crystal Bowersox Finale at Huntington Center May 26th

    Crystal Bowersox Finale at Huntington Center May 26th. Photos by Aaron Carpenter/Sentinel-Tribune{gallery}gallery/2010/05/052610/Crystal Bowersox Finale at Huntington Center May 26th{/gallery}...
  • BP starts new effort to plug Gulf well

      COVINGTON, La. (AP) — BP on Wednesday launched its latest bid to plug the gushing well in the Gulf of Mexico by force-feeding it heavy drilling mud and cement. The oil giant's chief executive earlier gave the procedure a 60 to 70 percent chanc...
  • 11 arrested after Maine college party gets rowdy

      LEWISTON, Maine (AP) — An alcohol-fueled party for college seniors to blow off steam turned rowdy early Wednesday, leading to 11 arrests, an officer with a broken a leg and student complaints about police overreaction. The gathering that began...
  • Facebook to simplify privacy controls

    NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook is simplifying its privacy controls. The changes come amid complaints about recently announced features, including "instant personalization" that tailors other websites to users' Facebook profiles. Protesters have been or...
  • EPA, green groups settle farm pollution lawsuit

      DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will gather information about factory farms to determine whether more should be regulated as part of a settlement with environmental groups concerned about water pollution. The E...
  • Falcon baseball wins MAC tourney opener

    Ryan Schlater CHILLICOTHE — Bowling Green’s baseball team made its first game in the Mid-American Conference tournament a successful one.The Falcons collected 10 hits and built an early 5-0 lead Wednesday morning en route to a 6-4 w...
  • Forshee Farm bakery uses organic, natural good-for-the-earth practices

    Wanda Forshee (at left) and her husband, Terry, chat with customer Mary Natvig about her basil plant at the very first Bowling Green Farmer's Market. 5/12/10. (Photo: Aaron Carpenter/Sentinel-Tribune) CUSTAR - Local residents who visit ...
  • Perrysburg seeks more success

    Perrysburg's Matt Kruzel (13) celebrates with teammates Matt Slocum (14) and Matt White (10). (Photo: Andrew Weber/Sentinel-Tribune) PERRYSBURG - Perrysburg's baseball team already has plenty to be proud of this season.But the Yellow Ja...
  • ENGAGEMENT: Stockwell & Larimore

    Joe and Cindy Stockwell, Rudolph, announce the engagement of their daughter, Keisha Leigh, to Daniel Jay Larimore, son of Timothy and Joyce Larimore, Elida.The bride-to-be graduated from Bowling Green High School in 2003 and from Ohio State ...
  • Bank volunteers

    Key Bank employees Darlene Kohring (left) and Chris Nickey help plant in the garden out front of the Wood County District Public Library as part of the "Neighbors Make the Difference Day" on Tuesday. As part of the 20th annual event, bank em...

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Rossford schools to put levy on fall ballot
07/22/2014 | BILL RYAN, Sentinel Staff Writer
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ROSSFORD - Voters in the Rossford School District will be asked to approve a new 4.49- [ ... ]


Custar man ruled not competent
07/22/2014 | PETER KUEBECK, Sentinel Staff Writer
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File photo. Thomas Boyer, left, is seen with his attorney. (Photo: Enoch Wu/Sentinel-Tri [ ... ]


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